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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 July 1905

HEADQUARTERS FOR Tin and Glass Fruit. Cans, PARAFFINE, SEALING WAX, CAN RUBBER uck's Eash Leader in LOCAL NEWS & M. Ryan went to Valparaiso on business Thursday. Prayer meeting at the Methodist church tonight. William O'Keefe went to Tyner Thursday. Mrs. William Walter of Bremen, drove to Plymouth Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boss. Vern Miller went to Lapaz Thurs day in the interests of -the H, J. Heinz Company. Mrs. Daniel Agnew and Mrs. A. H. McCarter oi Rochester, are vis iting Mrs. Ella Roberts or this city. Samuel Durbin and Earl White head went to South Bend Thursday. Omer Williams and family arrived from Chicago to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. C. R. Rhinehart, operator at the O. M. tower, west of this city, went to Logansport Thursday for a ten day's Tacation. Mrs. J. "D. McCoy and daughter, Blanche, left Thursday for a two week's visit with relatives at North Manchester and Marion. Mrs. Belle Charles and son Graf ton of Kokomo, and Miss...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 July 1905

: : .0ik--M5L i" ffig' GraSM. ; Setting out fruit trees Is an art that very few people have learned. The amount of cream in the milk is what tells the grade of a cow. Ordinary petunia dowers profusely all summer, thrives anywhere and self sows, A cow to do her best needs more than what she can get out of a good pasturage. If the milk is kept too long in too low a temperature it will not raise much cream. The last pint of milk is very much richer in cream than the first pint. Be eure to get that last pint in full. Make the prints of butter look at tractive, they will sell much better, and of course have the quality of the best. Scatter the floor of the pen with 6traw cut in lengths not over an inch so that the hen can teach her youug how to exercise for the graJn. There are 25,000 orchards in Vir ginia alone in which neither a sprayer, a pruning knife nor a plow has been eeen in fifteen years. Great oppor tunities down there for orchard men. Successional plants of corn and peas shoul...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 July 1905

Tn oJJ ii MU To treat Pimples and Blackheads, Red, Rough, Oily Complexions, gently smear the face wiu Cuti cura Ointment, the grec Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off . the Ointment in five minutes with I Cuticura Soap and hot water, and ; bathe freely for some minutes. . Repeat morning and evening. At '. other times use Cuticura Soap for , bathing the face as often as agree able. No other Skin Soap so pure, so sweet, so speedily effective. Cnrtror Sp eombliw delist medicinal and erool Kent prop1kf derived from Cutirur. ths irrest Skia Cur, viili ths pureit nf rlnuirf ingrediema and tha Bioat Kfmhlag of flower odors. Two $oapa in one at on piica Btmrij, Medicinal and Toilet Soap for Uo. Potter Dmgji Chem. Corp., Sol Pmp., Boston, ajrailed fräs. "Haw to rremre, I'mif, anJ Betify. Lowest Excursion Rates of tha Season to iagaraFalls.N.Y. ALEXANDRIA BAY, Ii. Y. TORONTO, ONL, and . MONTREAL, QUE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, '05 Extremely low rates for side trips from Niagara Falls Stop over at ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 27 July 1905

ADDITIONAL, LOCALS. The home company of the Indiana National Guard will leave Wednes day, August 2nd., for their annual encampment. This year they go to Fort Benjamin Harrison, twelve miles south of Indianapolis. Minnie and Albert Philion and William Howe, proprietors of Hie Milburn House at MishawaKa, have been sued for $3,000 by John B. Nel lans, who alleges his arrest on the charge of board-bill-beating was un just. At the meeting of the city council last Monday it was ordered that two new ordinances be drawn up. One of these is with regard to trimming shade trees along outside sidewalks and the other is in regard to the cutting of weeds on vacant lots. Street Commissioner Knoll with his force of men began breaking ground on Jefferson street last Tues day preparatory to paving it. It is his intention to excavate the block on Jefferson street between Center and Michigan street before the two remaining blocks on Center streets. By doing this travel on the different streets will not...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

PLYMOUTH RIBUNE xccr ltr's Office iebU n iL n VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1905. NO 43. AT FRENCH LICK. FIRE AT INWOOD. SMALLPOX DANGER IS OVER. LICENSE IN EVERY COUNTY. One Little Insignificant Maverick At tempts to Stampede, But Fails. Fire Destroys Four Business Houses and Residence at Inwood Friday. Situation at Culver Military Academy Relieved Promptly. Must Be Secured for Buffet Cars if Liw is Sustained. .6 If 1 P V-. '1 r The mid-summer meeting of the Indiana democratic editors at French Lick on the 13, 14 and 13 was a very enjoyable affair. The entertainment by the host, Tom Taggart, was of the very best. The thoughts and ideas of the business meeting was full of meat for the pencil weilders who want to become millionaires, etc. The only blur on the whole occasion was when a Jack a napes from Plymouth got his muzzle off and began to talk about the democratic parties' danger of being like "a chicken with its head off." He warned the great democra cy of th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

TUE PLYAlOUTIiTRIßüNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO.. - . Publisher. 1905 AUGUST. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa ol 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 O O 0 Z'Im Q.?s N. M."t F. Q.F. M Va -zj CCth y Tth. 14th. FEATURES OF INTEREST CONCERNING PEOPLE, PLACES AND DOINGS OF THE WORLD. Courts and Crimes, Accidents and Fires, Labor and Capital. Grain Stock aud Money Markets. Chicago C5cts New Terminal Station. A new terminal station in Chicago to cost from $1.500,1) to $2 OtXWM) and to cover the land extending from Clark street on the west si lev, of State stieev on the east and from Poll: street south to Taylor, is to be constructed by the Chicago and West ern Indiana railroad, acting with other road. Negotiations for the purchase of the i:nd fronting on Clark street, Ply mouth and Custom House courts, which have bem going cn for nearly two years, are alwut concluded. Five railroads are interested in tin. new terminal station. They are the Wabas...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

uuuuuwuu By tl. VV. O CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) "What is it, Mr. Dikes? Not a million ot dollars bid upon any of this land?" Lizzy cries, in great amazement, and with a jumping of something in her throat. IIushI Shet up! Lemmy lissun!" But Mr. Biler turns away and looks at the crestfallen gentlemen who represent the S. & N. W., and -who are now upon their feet, and walking out of the door. "Huntley, I suppose you'd a run that co&l-ground up to two millions rather than lose it! Joy of your bargain I Hope yon won't lose more than a million on that purchase. There are other good coal lands besides the Wickly plat" Then there is such a roar of shouts and cries in which "Lizzy Wickly, Lizzy Wick ly," and "Huntley, Huntley, Huntley!" axe the uaudible words. "Git up un show yourseff at the win der. Liz! Git up! Git up!" and the -greatly excited young Doc seizes her by the arm, and raises her to her feet, whereupon, loud as was the clamor of' rolces before, it is nothing to the migh...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

TEbe tribune. Established October iu. 1901. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. H EN D RI C K5 & Q I LLESPI E, OrrlCE Bissel! Bulldln. Corner LaPort and Center Streets.. Telephone No. 27. Entered at the po?toffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Indiana, August 3, 1905. Republican leaders of Cleveland, bocm John D. Rockefeller for mayor, and frame a platform promising to present the street railways to the city and complete the public building plan. t? Jf tf President Roosevelt is expected to ask Congress to increase the displace ment of the battleship s Michigan and South Carolina Tom .16,000 to 20.000 tons, making them the most formid able in the world. Without any preconceived arrange ment, the great Northern Hotel at Chicago contained the names of 25 Smiths last Monday. That name was not found on any other leading hotel register that day. Great is the Smith family. J J Reading matter and pictures sup posed to be injurious to the morals of ch...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

V HEADQUARTERS FOR Tin and Glass Fruit Cans, PARAFFINE, SEALING WAX, CAN RUBBERS lick's Cash Leader in Plymouth, Indiana, August 3, 1305. LOCAL NEWS & I Fred Logan of On way, Mich, is visiting friends here. Jesse Gilmore of Chicago, is visit ing his parents in this city Trustee Schlosser of German town ship was a Plymouth visitor Thurs - Bourbon is building a new U. B. church. Samuel Gretzinger has returned from a two weeks visit with relatives at Perrysburg, Ohio. Charles Paddock of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting with Theron Hoov er for a few days. Jennie Richmond has asked for di vorce from Owen Richmond. Mar tindale and Stevens are attorneys for the plaintiff. Dr. Rogers in his lecture at Wino na cn history, made the statement that in 1,000 years practically every American would have black hair. The life insurance robbers are not sleeping well these nights. It is not exactly the atmosphere that makes it so hot for them either. Mrs. Jesse Holderman, who has been visiting at th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

mm in 1 JJ I HTl U 11 I J I J I The summer butter should N-? wash ed In water at 53 degrees. Hens In windy weather and w. th out shelter will not lay, and soon be come "roupy." The milk which loses its quantity cannot be fully Testored until the cow has had her next calf. Chickens should be reared upon fresh ground every year to insure suc cess, and coops often shifted. Milking should not be haitlj done. The stripping is the moil important part and should be done thoroughly. If coat Is soiled in tba mud, curry and clean thoroughly before milking. !ThIs will keep the milk clean and the pores of the cow's skin open. No wire should ever be left around the body of a tree. If It is desirable to fasten a tag on some young tree fasten it to an insignificant twig. Every decent arm paper in the country has printed so much about the Importance of testing seed that there is no excuse for anybody planting dead ones. Timothy hard on the soil? Yes, and so is any other crop, unless -'some of the e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

CT? Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by Baths with Soap to cleanse the skin, gentle applications of Cuti cura Ointment to soothe and heal, and mild doses of Cuti cura Pills to cool the blood. A single Set, costing but One Dollar often cures. Sold throughout the world. Potter Drag and Ciera, Corp., Boston, So'e Props. Oj-S-mi iur 44 ü'as Great Eumor Cuie.7 HaZedFrea. EASTLAND Most modern, up-to-date excursion steamship on fresh water 1 SOUTH HAVEN M AND RETURN rx 9:30 a. m., except Saturday 2:30 p. m., Sunday 10 a. m. 3 heur in country among fruits and Cowers, biating and bathing STEAMER SOO CITY Daily 12 noon, except Sunday Special Trip Saturday 11:30 p. m. DOCKS, WELLS STREET BRIDGE Only passenger dock en the Loop FOR WOMEN ,v 1 tronhled with i2s peculiar to LSv I their sex, used as a oucae is marvelously suc cessful. Thoroughly cleanses, kills disease germs, atop discharges, heals inflammation and local soreness. Paxtine is in powder fcrm to be dissolved in pure water, and is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

RURAL SCHOOLS AT FAIR. 4U r A New Departure for Rural Schools of the State at the State Fair. The State board of agriculture has created a new departure for the Indi- 1 ana State Fair. It relates to rural school work and the first exhibit will be at the coming fair, which opens at Indianapolis on September 11th. The plans of this department were carefully worked out with the aid of the state department of education, and State Superintendent F. A. Cot ten, has been active in seeing that the first exhibit is a large and creditable onn. The rural schools all over In diana have been asked to send their best work, the State Board of agri culture paying the cost of the ship ment. Efforts have been made to en list the services of county superinten- . 11 , , ii. . uenis aiiu stiioui icmuci, uu tue work of the pupils will be carefully culled that the very best efforts of the scholars may be shown. The prizes to be awarded will include medals and diplomas. Russian Thistles Causing Trouble. No...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE, Shrink of Valuation. With the beginning of the second session of the tax commissioners, at Indianapolis, last Monday, the board will take up the question of equalizing the personal property appraisements in the various counties. This duty of the state board is new, the power of equalizing the personal property appraisements having been conferred oa the board by the last legislature. It is understood that the board will go into the personal property ap praisement of the various counties very carefully this session, with the result that some of the county ap praisements will get a horizontal raise. Especially in those counties where the appraisement this year is smaller than the tax duplicate last j;ar will the matter of raising the appraise ment be gone into, and raises made. Elkhart, Orange and Marion Counties have not sent in their appraisement sheets as yet, but for all the other counties the data are complete. Of the remaining eighty-nine Count...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 August 1905

33 LIGKl. .The night has a thousand eyes. And the day but on; yet the .light of the bright world dies With the dying sun. The mind has a thousand eye3, ' And the heart but one; Yet the light of a whole life dies When Love is done. Francis W. Bourdlllon. The Doctor's Reward. Hillsboro being a district of scatter ed farms and its youngsters all indulg ing Li measles at once, Dr. Worth had had a hard day'a work. Early to bed, he had just fallen asleep when the night bell tinkled through his dreams. Liko an engine horse awakened by a fire alarm, the doctor sprang into har ness, aud, candre in hand, darted downstairs. Peering into the empty darkness at the opened front door, his thought was that a naughty doy had rung his bell and hidden, but as he started in pursuit he stumbled over some obsta cle on his doorstep. He bent low, holding his candle down in front of him. There stood a large basket with ragged holes in its side and a patch work quilt tied over its top. The bas ket creaked an...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

1 r ri 1 Recorder's Office febO ' "LYMO VOLUME IV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1905. NO 44. ttt TT rr" FoiE U TRI BUNE 3 -EARLY COUNTY HISTORY. 3y One of the Old Settlers of the County. Editor Tribune: I would like to .have the names of the men published in your noble paper who first applied .the axe to the forests and were con nected with the early incidents with in five miles of Bourbon. John C. Hedrick settled on the land now owned by Austin Downing. John A. jShirley and Thomas Pittenger set iled on land now. owned by-the Er win brothers. John Greer bought Jand of the government on three cor ners of Bourbon. He sold the north east corner to Robert Blakely, the northwest corner to Wm. G. Carter, father of the late Elder Carter, of Plymouth, the southwest corner to .Moses Greer. He retained a quarter section, improved it, then gave it to Jus children, now owned by J. M. Greer, Enos Metheny and Mrs. Em ma and Miss Nellie Greer. Emery Hullet settled on the north side of t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q. CO., - . Publishers. 1905 AUGUST. 1905 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa l n TT 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 o e Ö 9 Q (I L. Q. OvN. M.-I F. Q.ÄP. M V 2Cd rj3Cth 5) 7tv)l4th. PAST AND PEESENT AS IT COMES TO US FROM ALL CORNERS OF THE EARTH. Telegraphic Information . Gathered by the Few for the Enlightenment of the Many. Seven Hurt in Tenement Hons? Fire. Seven persons were hurt and four over come by smoke in a fierce fire that followed a diabodical attempt to blow up by means of some high explosive, the nature of which is not yet known, the three-story double frame tenement at 614 Lorimer street, Brooklyn, X. Y. The stairs on the ground floor were wrecked and the lower part of the building converted into a mass of seething flames. Four persons cut off by smoke and fire, leaped from windows. The entire family of Mrs. deldart, three children and herself were overcome by smoke and were barely rescued. Two ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

By II. VV. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) Mr. Billy Biler, talking very earnest Ij, and mumbling his words a little by prying among his white, even teeth with t goose quill toothpick, and constantly turning his whit looking eyes out of their corners so as to see what Mr. and Mrs. Wickly are doing, pauses a minute after havinjr fairly stated his case, be fore he goes cn to argue it "So now you're. the heaTiest taxpayer In this county, by a long ways, Miss Lizzy. Un if you haven't no Tote you've gut influence plenty of it! You are tie very person to bring Coon Redden rouud all right And I hope you'll do that fur me." What else he said in the innumerab' repetitions of every statement which he happened to think, as a lawyer, neeled repeating, she could not remember. He staid long after her own som'rwhat af fecting meeting with her father. In fact, to far from having the delicacy to with draw, he assumed an air of legal ac' Tiser and supervisor of the whole affair, making remarks upon the var...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

Übe TEttbune. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & GILLESPIE. jsnzas. OFFICE Bissell Building. Corner LaPorte aud Center Streets. Tele phone 27. Entered at the Postoföce at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. Plymouth, Indiana, August ID, 1905. Down in Connecticut they are hav ing friction because the average wa ges of street cleaners is $530 per year and the average wages of school teachers is only $300. This is at least one instance where brawn has the best of brains. J No community rises higher moral ly than it public sentiment. As the majority of its people desire so it is. It must be admitted by all fair mind ed people that the observance of law and order, as well as church influence is the only means by which a coun try is made inhabitable. All other influences tend to the destruction of the people. North Manchester News. v w If anybody is inclined to go into an argument with the governor as to the enforcement of the law, he should first understand t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

Weak Lungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Aycr's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, weak lungs, bronchitis, con sumption. You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove. Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough. " I had an awful cough f r over a year, and nothing teemed to do me any good. I tried Ayer'a Cherrr Pectoral and waa aoon cared. I recoiamenu it to all xn-r friend whenerer they hT a cough." Mies M. MZYKRS, Washington, D. C. Ä Kada by J. C. Ajer Co.. Lowell. Maaa. JL.IB9 taunoiuftfi or SAKSAPAJUIXA. PILLS. HAIR VIGO?. ers Ayer's Pillc keep the bowels regular. Ali vegetable and eently laxative. Entered at the Postoffice at Plym outh, Indiana as second-class matter. LOCAL NEWS & W. T. Leonard went to Lapaz on business Thursday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cun ningham, Tuesday a boy. Bert Allman went to Culver Thurs- "jirl North went to South Bend fsda. msFranlc Xicolay is home from Guide .ock, Nebraska. l)r. Borton went to Culver Thurs...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 August 1905

DOLDIEHS STORIES. ENTERTAINING REMINISCENCED OF THE WAR. Qraphle Account ef Stirring Scene Witnessed on the Battlefield and la Camp Veterans of the Rebellion Re dU Sxy erlencea of Thrill In Katar. At a recent campfire of a local chap ter of the O. A. R. several old fellows aa usual had much to say of the Civil War, particularly concerning events and circumstances in -which they either participated or were able to relate with the soundest reasons for belief in their truthfulness, says the Washington Btar. Every man In the little group had snuffed the odor of hostile powder, and each had Darkened to the "Con federate yell" as it came from trenches, over fields, on mountain tops and in the valleys. On this special occasion incidents more or less relating to the battle of Gettysburg were talked about. An old clerk in cne of the departments, who carried with him constantly a souve nir of that terrific struggle in the shape of an empty sleeve, told of certain ex periences that befell him ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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